My two year old son, six year old daughter and myself had just said our goodbyes to my parents and were getting ready to get on the interstate to go home when we were t-boned directly into the passenger side. We had no anticipation of the event and I just remember the sheer terror of feeling while I looked for my daughter. Thank God I have been adamant about keeping a 6 yr old in the 5 point harness Britax. She has whiplash but is otherwise ok. The two year appears to be fine but we will keep an eye on him. The kids did great with the medics and the troopers. The enclave sustained damage from the entire side front tire to the back tire. The passenger door is completely bent in, the window shattered, and there is a good 10 inch gap at the top. They aren't sure as of yet if the frame is bent. There is a scratch on the hood. The adjusters are going today to look at it. The car is in West Virginia now with an estimation of 4-6 weeks without them viewing underneath. I received a Chrysler Aspen after arguing when they tried to put us in a subcompact. I told her to please figure out how to put three car seats (I car pool daily with the neighbor) and an 80 lb dog in an Aveo and drive three hours with our luggage. She saw my point. Ironically, the Aspen was one of my choices when choosing a new car. I've only driven it three hours to get home today but I am extremely glad I choose the Enclave instead. Now I will just have to miss it for a bit. I give high marks to Onstar. They were on the line automatically with the police on a 3 way call and had sent out the EMS before I even got out of the car. My only concern with the Enclave was the side airbags didn't deploy and the door came inside the cabin. The trooper said it may be more of a rollover impact that deploys them. The other driver that hit us was driving a Toyota Highlander and his front airbag didn't deploy either. They were very surprised at that. He has Geico insurance and that who is taking the claim. Hopefully they aren't a problem to deal with.